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Engineer Online 10/16/2019 07:05
Airborne hazards such as sulphur dioxide and benzene could be identified instantly and at a safe distance thanks to a portable device developed in Singapore. The prototype device from a team at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) provides real-time monitoring of air quality and is said to be suitable for rapid deployment by first […]. .
Engineer Online 09/20/2019 07:11
Our current vision of "smart cities" too often focuses on adding technologies that don’t necessarily make cities better places to live, says Professor Henrietta Moore, founder and director, Institute for Global Prosperity, University College London There are 7.7 billion people on the planet today, and every year our global population grows by around 1.08% – [...]. .
Engineer Online 09/20/2019 06:36
Brazilian-Japanese team unravels mechanism of unusual light colour emission, which might prove useful in imaging haemoglobin-rich tissues Many animals have the ability to emit light, but the most studied emit yellow-green light. An exception is the railroad worm, the larva of the Phrixothrix hirtus beetle, which emits both red and yellow-green light. It has a […]. .
Engineer Online 09/20/2019 04:02
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have integrated an anti-baldness device into a hat, powered by the body’s own movements. Described in the journal ACS Nano, the technology uses electrical stimulation to reactivate dormant hair follicles, with gentle, low-frequency electric pulses encouraging the follicles back into action. This makes it suitable for early intervention in […]. .
Engineer Online 09/18/2019 05:28
An entrenched need to regularly replace and renew the products upon which we rely is damaging our planet, and engineers must take some responsibility for this, writes our anonymous blogger. As warnings become ever more alarming and predicted timescales to irreversible crashing of the planet ever shorter, I’m surprised by the widespread response to climate […]. .
Engineer Online 08/29/2019 07:36
Cyber security plays an increasingly important role in the design and development of every category of engineering project, and at the same time government and multinational bodies are coming together to create global strategies to tackle the threat, says Kevin Fuller, Department Manager, Security Consulting, Burns & McDonnell Hostile cyber-attack is a Tier 1 risk [...]. .
Engineer Online 08/29/2019 07:30
Team UK has won two gold medals at the WorldSkills event in Russia, as well as a silver, a bronze and 15 medallions of excellence. WorldSkills UK chief urges government boost In total, 37 young men and women from the UK took part in the event, which features competitions for apprentices, technicians and students across […]. .
Engineer Online 08/29/2019 06:46
A new ultra-fast method for detecting explosive materials is claimed to analyse a wider range of materials than current thermal based detection systems used in airports. Developed by researchers at Surrey University, the new method is also said to reduce false positive results. In a two-part paper published by the journal Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics and Forensic Science International: […]. .
Engineer Online 08/29/2019 06:14
The two halves of NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope have been joined together for the first time, marking a significant step in the mammoth scientific project. Engineers and technicians used a crane at Northrop Grumman’s facilities in Redondo Beach, California, to assemble the two halves of the space telescope, which has been in development since the […]. .
Engineer Online 08/28/2019 11:20
Engineering grads have been imagining the future of armed combat for the Royal Marines, including concepts for exoskeletons, rail guns and bionic commandos. The young engineers, from the UK Naval Engineering Science and Technology forum (UKNEST), came up with a range of ideas based on existing and future technology. They were asked to plan a […]. .
Engineer Online 08/23/2019 06:09
The world’s first autonomous vessel designed to tackle oil spills has taken to the water for the first time, in a demonstration on the US east coast. Developed by Boston-based Sea Machines Robotics, the autonomous system was deployed on an igor/Kvichak Marine Industries-built skimmer boat, owned by Marine Spill Response Corp (MSRC). A series of […]. .

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